the comparison is to services. now, when you get into birth control, you also get into some pharmaceuticals like pills, you get into things that do cost money. now, the hhs secretary is the final arbitor of which of these services most of what they are comparing it to are for example, screenings, and the like when you are talking about birth control, you are talking about a whole range in screenings. i would not assume for example, that pills are going to be free. and i think we ought to wait and see what the interpretation of the hhs secreta is consistent with how much money is in the bill in the first place after all is paid for. >> i think most of the advocates pushing for want anything the fda approved as birth control to be available and i think to your point, the question is should this be something that is everybody is forced to be a part of.